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    <allpages gapfrom="Refs" />
      <page pageid="237" ns="0" title="RefAuthors">
          <rev xml:space="preserve">'''tblRefAuthors''', linking table to match references with authors (Every reference must have an entry in the linking table to make the views work correctly.  For references without any author, use person &quot;Unknown&quot;, PersonID = 0.)

*RefID, integer, 4 bytes, = tblRefs.RefID
*PersonID, integer, 4 bytes, = tblPeople.PersonID
*SeqNum, integer, 2 bytes, position for this author in sequence of names
*AuthorCount, integer, 2 bytes, number of co-authors for this reference
*LastUpdate, smalldatetime, date and time of last update
*ModifiedBy, integer, 4 bytes, FileUserID of the signon that made the change
*CreatedOn, smalldatetime, date and time row was created
*CreatedBy, integer, 4 bytes, FileUserID of the signon that created the row

      <page pageid="31" ns="0" title="Reference">
          <rev xml:space="preserve">A Species File reference is an object used to represent a work such as a journal article, book, website or section of a work. A reference can include another reference within it, such as in a book chapter. They play a special role within Species Files because they are used to denote nomenclatural acts. In this way, a reference is close to what is called a publication ZooBank and ICZN. However, a [[publication]] within a Species File is a separate object and refers to a journal, book or other resource.   

== Author ==

== Publication ==

== Adding or Editing a reference ==

== Usage of references ==

== Test programs for references ==

[[Category:Public users]]</rev>